“Without work standards there will be no standardised work” Mr Isao Kato
With our ‘live online’ guidance you will establish Work Standards – your foundation for your robust program of Standardised Work. You will apply proven philosophies to your processes (as opposed to mimicking other systems). The philosophies stem from the 5 Step Ups for Standardisation model illustrated by Mr Isao Kato.
What Participants will Learn
In December 2019 the Lean Thinker quoted ‘If you don’t have a clear expectation of what ‘good’ looks like then your definition of ‘not good’ is subjective and varies depending on who, what and when things are being looked at.’ Determining ‘normal’ (or ‘good’) seems basic yet it is often not done well. It is at the core of Mr Kato’s quote in the intro line and is eliminated through Step Up 1 of the 5 Step Ups. Further, a work standard is a hypothesis; thinking this way will help develop a ‘community of scientists’ (reference: Decoding the DNA of the TPS. 1999. Spear and Bowen) rather than a ‘what’s wrong’ culture. Through our live online program we will guide you through three typical stages of building capability – awareness and knowledge, initial practice, learn by doing (your workplace).
Tuesday 23rd and 24th March, 9am-11am AEDT - Session 1 and 2 as outlined below.
In order to support and strengthen what you will learn, Oscar is offering live online mentoring sessions following this workshop. He will be in contact with you regarding this prior to the workshops themselves. Please check the available box when registering to show interest in this.
Oscar Roche - Training with Industry
Oscar Roche has worked in operations management with Fonterra, Golden Circle and Mildura Fruit Juices. He started his own business in 2000, focused on building the capability of people in reaching operational goals. Roche was trained by the TWI Institute in 2010 and has facilitated application of TWI skills with South Australian Health, DeBortoli Wines, Tatura Milk Industries, Warburn Estate, Vitasoy Australia, McWilliams Wines and others. The basic leadership of skills, JI ad JR in particular, are a foundation to most improvement projects that he facilitates across all industries or businesses.
What's Required to View?
A computer with stable internet connection
Activated speakers or a telephone
Other Registration Information
This event requires a minimum of 4 participants.
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